California Three Strikes Law

Tough Defense Against Serious Charges

If you have two or more strikes on your criminal record here in California, you are likely aware of the California Three Strikes Law. This law states that a person who has two or more strikes on their record and is convicted of a third felony will face a term in prison for twice the minimum term or a life sentence in prison.

Law enforcement, the courts, juries, and judges are very tough on repeat offenders. It is incredibly important to your future that you hire a Santa Rosa three strikes attorney to defend you aggressively if you are facing a third strike. The law will be tough on you, and you will need an equally formidable lawyer on your side.

A few examples of serious and violent crimes that can be prosecuted under the three strike law:

  • Murder / attempted murder
  • Rape
  • Sexual abuse of a child
  • Kidnapping
  • Carjacking with a deadly weapon
  • Forced oral copulation
  • Felony punishable by death
  • Felony punishable by life in prison
  • Felony using a firearm
  • Felony inflicting serious bodily injury
  • Robbery
  • Drug charges

Even certain juvenile offenses can be counted as a strike. So if your child has a previous record, he or she may spend a significant part of their adult life in prison. Don't risk your future with just any attorney - call one who is experienced, knowledgeable, and understands the law from both sides of the court. Our founding lawyer has tackled numerous Three Strikes cases inside and outside of court.

Our Santa Rosa Criminal Defense Attorney Can Review Your Case

We are here to examine all of the facts of your case, including whether we should prepare for trial or aggressively bargain to prevent your charge from being counted as a strike. Our team does everything we can do see that you do not have additional strikes counted against you.

If you or someone you love is being charged with an offense that will count as a strike, you should not hesitate to contact our firm.

Simply give us a call at (707) 418-5352 to make an appointment! We are available 24/7 for complimentary consultation.

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